Sports briefs: Dragons rage against the Machine

Facing a 4-0 deficit early on, the San Francisco Dragons rallied back to knock off the Chicago Machine 15-14 at Bridgeview, Ill., for their first win of the season. Liam Banks led the team with four goals, including the go-ahead goal with 13:47 left to play, while Eric Martin added two goals. San Francisco returns home Saturday to take on the Los Angeles Riptide.

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